Representing SL Artist Em Larsson

I am now representing photographer Em Larsson in Second Life. You can see some examples of her fantastic photography on her Flickr page. If you’d like to have Em’s work in your SL Gallery, send me an IM in world, or e-mail Tricia_Aferdita@yahoo.com


Em Larsson has been capturing the pictures she sees in the world around her for decades, but it wasn’t until she discovered Second Life that she began to share them with others.

While she has taken photography classes, she never considered herself a technically knowledgeable photographer. However, since coming into SL in April 2007, she has been experimenting with new techniques and programs and expanding the world she shares her photography with.

Em loves to photograph everyday things and shed new light on them, creating objects of beauty. She finds herself inspired by her artistic colleagues in Second Life, especially her partner, Dane Fride, and photographer PJ Trenton. In RL, her mentor is photographer Frank Reiter.

When not promoting her photography in SL, Em creates furniture and does interior design and building. Her photos have been Exhibited at the Garden of Spiritual Peace, Harmony Cafe, Exposure Gallery, Roma, Bellagio, Nantucket, Avalon Galleries, and more.

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Featured Artist @ Tricia Aferdita Gallery

INDIA GARRIGUS

For the month of June, Tricia Aferdita Gallery features the work of artist India Garrigus. Taking photos since she was big enough to hold a camera, India’s collection features an ecclectic assortment; from cats and butterflies, to clocks, dichroic glass and more… some her own craft work. She then takes her unique way of looking at things a step further and transforms them digitally, making fantastic, colorful and sometimes psychadelic works of amazing texture and vision. On exhibit and for sale in Second Life through the end of June.

Featured Artist @ Harmony Cafe

Eidolon Dreamscape

Starting Friday, March 28th Harmony Cafe welcomes Eidolon Dreamscape to Harmony Cafe. His real life photographic works will be featured in the cafe for the next month. Of Eidolon’s considerable collection of photography, I chose the peices we featured in Harmony this month for their color, the bright lights and the general high energy feel of them.

I thought the colorful photographs went well in the warm red and black interior of the cafe, and positive feedback was recieved all night long as we partied with DJ Tarsis and celebrated Eidolon’s opening.

This is Eidolon’s first show in Cetus Gallery District and the first time I have featured one specific photographer in the Cafe. The party was a great time and, I think, an auspicious start to a new feature of the Cafe. Welcome Eidolon to Cetus and stop by the Cafe to check out his work!